Things to see and do - Bujalance
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Bujalance Travel guide
Bujalance : Michelin's recommendations
This pretty village on the Córdoban plain is surrounded by olive trees. Its numerous noblemen's houses, built mainly in the 17C, are full of the typical charm of Andalucian architecture. Moorish influence can be seen in the remains of the fortress and its name, derived from the Arabic Burj al-Hansh, meaning “snake tower”.
Tourist attractions Bujalance : Things to see and do
This 16C church was built like most Cordoba churches of the same period. The collaterals are topped with a wooden ceiling, the main nave with an 18C vault, the capilla mayor with Gothic lattice vaults and the chapels with tierceron vaults. Note the R..
On this inclined rectangular square festooned with organ trees stands the belltower of the Church of the Assumption. The upper part of the square is closed off by the 18C town hall with its heraldic decorations and an arch that joins it to the church..
Large towers and parts of walls are the only remains of the outside wall. Built during the reign of Abd-er-Rahman III, it was renovated after the Reconquest. The seven towers are part of the local coat of arms.
Plaza Mayor, 21 E - 14650 Bujalance
Hospederia La Querencia is a small yet elegant 19th-century hotel located in a red brick building in the main square of Bujalance. All rooms are air-conditioned and have free Wi-fi and digital TV. Hospederia La Querencia’s elegant rooms are bright a..